Friday, May 25, 2012

In the Valley of Darkness

Noone can hear you scream.  Many people have allowed the darkness to envelope our nation for one reason, fear.  I fear the judgement of God, for his wrath is more dangerous than any person can dish out.  Shall we hide in the corner?  Or shall we stand up for the United States Constitution?  Your choice is now.  And you can quote me Uber-Liberals.  Give me Liberty or Give me Death!

Saturday, February 5, 2011

My Dad

He's strong as an ox, not afraid of monsters under my bed, or the lightning when it strikes. He makes me smile when I'm sad, makes me count to ten before I say something I will regret, and holds my hand when I get a shot in the arm. You may think I'm crazy, mad or sad, but I love my dad.

Now that bit from my childhood is over, this is what I love about him now. My dad doesn't like to see me upset after a bout of chemotherapy, but he smiles when I tell him how my broken wrist is healing up. We share a good laugh when Glenn Beck or Rush Limbaugh tells a funny story, or remember something from our past. As the years have gone by, I can still say that I love my Dad. Get well Buster Freeman.

Thursday, February 18, 2010

My Dad--The Latest

My dad has lost 30 percent of his liver to cancer. We hope and pray that this is the last time the doctors have to cut on him. He's feeling a lot of pain and I'm only feeling a little pain over the flu and I'm complaining. No reason to, but my butt is dragging right now and only my dad's health matters to me. As for those of you that are his friends, but haven't visited him, email him. Dad would love a kind word at this time. Sure he didn't have to get chemo again(which would've killed him), but my Dad would love a nice email from his friends (Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity excluded. You guys are busy trying to save America, my dad is a fan that likes to listen to you every day. And Fox News is his favorite news channel).

So to those of you in America who believe in prayer, pray for my dad's speedy recovery and healthy return to a normal life (or as normal a life as his heart will allow). Thank you and God bless you.

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

My Dad

Is a nice guy who has been through a lot. Chemotherapy over the last year, and after it was over. He felt great for the rest of the spring and half of the summer. Then a few days ago, the bad news. His colon cancer is back, and this may be the last Christmas we will have with him. I don't mind, I will videotape every moment with him that I have, Christmas, New Years, etc. I must never forget him, or let his memory fade from the remaining siblings and niece and nephew. My life is nothing if not for him, he raised me from a small boy and encouraged me to try for the brass ring.

Please pray for us, and may God bless his moments on earth. And should ObamaCare go through, I will be probably joining him soon, because disabled and elderly will not be part of the Fourth Reich of the ObamaNation. So says Premier Barack Hussein Obama. Just make sure that someone feeds my cat if ObamaCare goes through, he gets hungry for food and affection.

Friday, May 22, 2009

My Budget Gaming PC Specs (Updated 6-10-2009)

1. XFX 750i SLI nFORCE Motherboard with Socket LGA775.
2. Intel Core Duo 2.80 Ghz Socket LGA775 Processor.
3. Intel processor cooling fan.
4. Apevia Aqua Power 700 Watt Power Supply that supports SLI and Crossfire video cards.
5. 2 XFX Nvidia Geforce 9400 GT PCI Express Video Card with SLI support on.
6. Western Digital 320 GB Hard drive.
7. Total of four GB memory From OCZ, ordered them on May 23, 2009.
8. And using a 2001 Asus full ATX case to put all of this stuff in it. Has two USB ports on the front of it (Probably USB 1.0 or 1.1, not USB 2.0). Will probably use the 6 free USB 2.0 ports on the back of the mobo, and the one firewire plug on the back.

Yes Leo Laporte and Chris Pirillo, I took all of the necessary precautions not to introduce static electricity into this new system. And it works fine, no video bottleneck, now the ethernet port I will have to wait and see if DSL ever gets to my neck of the wood.

Thursday, May 29, 2008

Still worried about my dad

Even though I don't show it in public, I am worried about my dad's condition. He has to go see the surgeon in Murray, KY tomorrow. I pray that the visit will go smoothly, and they can schedule a time for operation. For any of you that has gone through this hell, I pray for you too. That's all I can do, pray, until they take that away from me here on earth. As for his chances to recover, my dad doesn't think he will do so well, but I have faith that it will turn out better than he thinks, I know surgery has advanced over the years, so I expect him to do well under the knife.

Oh and to Chris Pirillo, your welcome for the prayers for your mom and dad. Pray for me and my family (my sister, brother and me) that our tragedy will come out better than it is so far. I hate a family member having cancer. Lost my Grandmother Freeman to cancer in 1986, I don't want to lose my dad to it. We were just getting to really know each other. Shame this web site won't let me post video on here, but at least I have a account for such things.

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Dad is sick today

The Cancerous tumor in my dad's behind must be bad today, his bed is the only place where he can feel comfortable and sleep. I had to borrow my mom to get my meds. But my dad doesn't sleep for very long, he gets back up and plunges into something to keep him busy. I think Dad doesn't want to give into the cancer. When Social Security comes into his checking, my dad will probably retire from being a General Practitioner Medical Doctor. Been at that job for 30 years and he's 65 now. So I wish him the best of luck, and I ask for all of your prayers and good vibes to go to my Dad, Cleland Freeman.

He needs them badly, luckily God will bear him up through this situation like He will bear me up.